As of June 22, Indiana had issued about $245.6 million in refunds, according to the Department of Revenue. That’s about 45% of the $545 million Gov. Eric Holcomb promised to return when he announced the move in December 2021.
Indianapolis-based MicroVote will receive about $12.3 million for about 5,030 printers in 45 Indiana counties using electronic-only setups to count votes.
Gov. Eric Holcomb’s administration contracted the law firm to challenge House Enrolled Act 1123, which was passed over the governor’s April 2021 veto and would have enabled the legislature to call itself into special session.